How your 'Matza Smile' can help those in need this Passover

April 21, 2016 10:18
Matza Smile

People show off their Matza Smiles to help those in need on Passover. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Join the Netanya Foundation in helping those in need this Passover.

Take part in its new campaign by taking a selfie with a smiley face on a piece of matza, then sharing it on social media (such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram) with the hashtag #MatzahSmile, also encouraging people to participate at this link:!/campaign/MatzahSmile.

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